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St Thomas More Catholic Primary School

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Would you like to join our great team of staff at St Thomas More Catholic Primary School?

 

We currently have the following vacancies as detailed below:

 

 

 

Teaching Assistant Grade 5 (pts 11-14) £25,979 – £27,334 pa pro rata 27.5 hours - Term Time only

Permanent Would you like to join our friendly team who are committed to helping every child meet their full potential? We are looking for a qualified Teaching Assistant who is enthusiastic, friendly and can work as an effective member of a team. The candidate would need the ability to form a safe, secure and supportive relationship with children, whilst showing patience, consistency and understanding to support their learning, social and emotional needs. In your role you will prepare and teach effective interventions for individuals or small groups and have the confidence to lead a class on occasions. It would be an expectation that candidates are supportive of the Catholic Ethos of our school. For an application pack please contact the school office: admin@st-thomasmore.gloucs.sch.uk Closing Date:           7/06/2024 Interview Date:         11/06/2024  

Please see below an advertisement from St Joseph's Catholic Primary School, one of our LWCET Schools, for a teaching vacancy:

 

An exciting opportunity has become available at St Joseph’s Catholic Primary School. We are a successful, friendly and popular school with a family atmosphere. The governing body, children and staff are seeking to appoint a highly motivated, dynamic and conscientious teacher to join the team. We are looking for a talented teacher who strives to make a difference. They will need to have energy, passion and creativity to support our children to become reflective, independent and aspirational learners for life. The successful candidate will be committed to developing our pupils to the highest academic standard. This position is suitable for an ECT or for someone who is aspiring to become a middle leader. We would welcome applications from EYFS specialists to KS2 teachers. We are looking for the right dedicated teacher to join our team. Start date for this position would ideally be September, however, it could be January 2025 for the right candidate. Do you have the ability and skills to guide St Joseph’s children to REACH in all that they do?

 

We are looking for applications from candidates who:

  • will support our children to ‘REACH’ through Faith, Hope and Love
  • are passionate about teaching and want to strive to Be the Best that they can Be’
  • have already established a record of excelling
  • have the highest expectations for all
  • are very well organised; and
  • committed to doing the very best for our children

 

In return we can offer:

  • A school with a warm family atmosphere with great children, excellent behaviour; a place where a teacher can teach
  • A place in a supportive, dynamic and friendly team
  • Supportive parents and Governors who want to make a difference and be involved in the children’s education St Joseph’s Catholic Primary School is a very successful and popular village school in a beautiful location.

 

For further details and an application form please download from the school website http://www.st-josephs-nympsfield.com/website Clare Howells, Headteacher, welcomes you to contact her at SLT@st-josephs.gloucs.sch.uk to arrange a visit to our school and an informal conversation about the application and interview process. Please return the completed application form to us via email to SLT@st-josephs.gloucs.sch.uk. It should be accompanied by a covering letter addressed to Clare Howells. Applications must be received no later than Wednesday 5th June, 12 midday. Interviews to be confirmed. The school is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share their commitment. This position is subject to an enhanced DBS check.

SEND Teaching Assistant Grade 5 (pts 11-14) £25,979 – £27,334 pa pro rata 17.5 hours (am) - Term Time only Do you want to join a team committed to helping every child meet their full potential? We are looking for a motivated individual who will have a positive impact on children’s education; experience at supporting children with Special Educational Needs would be an advantage. The candidate would need the ability to form a safe, secure and supportive relationship with children who are the schools SEN register, whilst showing patience, consistency and understanding to support their learning, social and emotional needs. The role will include providing support in a mixture of both classroom and pastoral support to SEND pupils who would benefit from targeted interventions. The candidate will liaise with the SENCo and teaching staff in order to provide feedback and be part of planning next steps. For an application pack please contact the school office: admin@st-thomasmore.gloucs.sch.uk   It would be an expectation that candidates are supportive of the Catholic Ethos of our school. Closing Date:           7/06/2024 Interview Date:         11/06/2024  

Application Form for Support Staff

Recruitment of Ex-Offenders - GCC Guidance Notes

 

The Rehabilitation Offenders Act 1974 is aimed at helping people who have been convicted of a criminal offence and have not-re-offended since.  The Act applies to anyone who has been convicted of a criminal offence and received a sentence of less than two and half years and has not been convicted of an offence during the rehabilitation period.  The rehabilitation period is the specified period after the original conviction. The length of time depends on the sentence the individual was originally given for the offence and runs from the date of the conviction.

 

If the individual does not re-offend during the rehabilitation period, their conviction is considered to be 'spent'. Custodial sentences over two and a half years are not considered to be spent and always have to be revealed.

 

Once a conviction is spent, it remains spent and an applicant is not required to reveal it to an employer, even if convicted of a further offence later. However, there is an exemption to this which relates to posts involving working with vulnerable groups including children.

 

Please see the link below for further information:

 

https://www.gloucestershire.gov.uk/media/2103328/mgn-recruitment-of-ex-offenders-5.pdf

 

 

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